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CONCESSIONS CORPORATION FILES SUIT AGAINST CITY OF SEATTLE
Published October 26, 1994
Service America, which supplies concessions at the Seattle Coliseum during Sonics games, yesterday filed a federal civil suit asking for at least $1M in damages from the city because of the remodeling project that forces the team to play elsewhere this season. The suit claims that as a result of the remodeling project, Service America will experience a negative cash flow. The Sonics plan to play their home games in the Tacoma Dome this season (Angelo Bruscas, SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER, 10/26).